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In or Out: Moving Insurance Business Cross-Border

Tim Goggin

Discussing the appeal of cross-border transfers, Tim Goggin of Hogan Lovells looks at Part VII transfers of insurance businesses to and from the UK, both inside and outside the EEA.

The New Independent Insurance Authority and the Regulation of Insurance Intermediaries in Hong Kong: Some Legal Issues

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As Hong Kong plans to establish a new independent body as the regulator for the jurisdiction's insurance industry, Martin Lister of Simmons & Simmons looks at the ramifications this will have on the market.

Youthful, Dynamic and Entrepreneurial: The Effects of Immigration

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Bernard Wolfsdorf, Matthew Beatus and Robert Blanco of Wolfsdorf Rosenthal take a macroeconomic look at the beneficial role immigration plays in the global markets, while focusing on the key role immigration lawyers have in challenging irrational and restrictive immigration policy. 

Australia’s Migration Programme: A Guide to an Ever-Changing Landscape

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Maria Jockel of Holding Redlich outlines key issues and initiatives in relation to Australia's immigration laws for those who are attempting to come to terms with the country's complex and ever-changing legislation.

Corporate Immigration in the Netherlands 2015

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Ted Badoux of Everaert Advocaten provides a short overview of 2015 labour migration policy, including registered sponsorship, new salary thresholds for highly skilled migrants, the 30 per cent Dutch income tax benefit for incoming employees, a new work permit waiver for intra-corporate trainees and a brand new policy for start-up companies.

The Construction Industry and the Call for Concerted Action

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Júlio César Bueno, Pinheiro Neto Advogados

Construction 2015: In-house Q&A

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Maria Roseli Candido Costa, Tomé Engenharia SA

Construction 2015: Discussion

Colin Ong (Dr Colin Ong Legal Services, Brunei) and Don Gavin (Akerman, US)

Who’s Who Legal brings together two leading figures in the international construction legal marketplace, Colin Ong (Dr Colin Ong Legal Services, Brunei) and Don Gavin (Akerman, US), to discuss emerging domestic trends, the construction sector’s possible resurgence as a result of improving economic conditions and other key issues affecting the legal market.

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